26 thoughts on “Tony Blair defends fraudulent bankers

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  2. Youngsters find banks a ‘turn-off’

    BANKS: High street banks are a “turn-off” for young people, with less than a fifth saying they have recommended their provider in the last year, a report found today.

    Just 17 per cent of 20-to-29-year-olds surveyed said they had praised their bank to someone else in the last 12 months, the report found.

    Opening hours were one of the main complaints, with one in five people saying they had tried to visit a branch only to find it was closed.


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